15/08/17

Blaenavon release ‘Prague ‘99 EP’

Fresh from festival appearances in the Americas (Lollapalooza and Osheaga), and that time they supported alt-J at The O2, Blaenavon have some new music out. For an EP titled Prague '99 EP, it naturally starts with the song that is traditionally their set closer, Prague '99, and includes an old fan favourite in the form of A Death In The Family. Then, there are two brand new recordings, The Monte Carlo Kid and 12.

To listen, head over to our New Releases playlist, and then if you haven't got a copy of their debut album, find the double LP here, and the CD here.

The band's UK tour starts in November and concludes in Bristol on 1 December, tickets are available from the links below.

NOVEMBER
20 - Leadmill in Sheffield, UK (Tickets)
21 - Wardrobe in Leeds, UK (Tickets)
22 - Gorilla in Manchester, UK (Tickets)
24 - Shepherd’s Bush Empire in London, UK (Tickets)
26 - Academy 2 in Newcastle, UK (Tickets)
27 - St Luke’s in Glasgow, UK (Tickets)
28 - Rescue Rooms in Nottingham, UK (Tickets)
29 - Arts Club in Liverpool, UK (Tickets)
30 - Mama Roux in Birmingham, UK (Tickets)

DECEMBER
1 - Thekla in Bristol, UK (Tickets)

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